CRAWFORDSVILLE , acity and the
See also:county-seat of
See also:Montgomery county,
See also:Indiana, U.S.A., situated about 40 M . N.W. of
See also:Indianapolis . Pop . (1890) 6089; (1900) 6649, including 230 negroes and 221
See also:born; (191o) 9371 . It is served by the Chicago, Indianapolis &
See also:Louisville, the
See also:Cincinnati, Chicago & St
See also:Louis, and the Vandalia
See also:railways, and by interurban electric lines .
See also:College, founded here in 1832 by Presbyterian missionaries but now non-sectarian, had in 1908 27 instructors, 345 students, and a library of 43,000 volumes . Among manufactures are
See also:flour, iron, wagons and carriages,
See also:wire and nails, matches,
See also:brick paving blocks, and electrical machinery .
See also:North-east of the city there are valuable
See also:mineral springs, from which the city obtains its
See also:water-supply . Crawfordsville, named in
See also:honour of W . H .
See also:Crawford, was first settled about 182o, was laid out as a
See also:town in 1823, and was chartered as a city in 1863 . It was for many years the home of Gen .
See also:Wallace .
WILLIAM HARRIS CRAWFORD (1772–1834)
JOHN CRAWFURD (1783-1868)
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